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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 9th, 2023 | 10:49 CET
TUI, Saturn Oil + Gas, Plug Power - Three shares with doubling potential
Finding shares with doubling potential requires a thorough analysis. On the one hand, the company's sector should have growth potential. If the sector is innovative, that also speaks in favour of the share. Then, a look at the competitors is important to see if the company is well positioned. If both factors fit, one should take a closer look at the candidate's finances. If you can tick off several items on this checklist, it is worth taking a closer look at the chart technique. Today we look at three candidates that have what it takes to double their share prices, at least in the long term.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 6th, 2023 | 14:07 CET
TUI, Lufthansa, Alerio Gold, Carnival - Golden summer ahead, get in now!
According to a survey, people in Germany are again in the mood to travel, despite numerous concerns. However, the assessment of the personal situation has clouded compared to last year because 29% of respondents fear an economic deterioration. Due to various catch-up effects, life is returning to the travel industry after two years of pandemic restrictions. Industry representatives are also consolidating. Lufthansa has already moved into the plus zone. At TUI, there was a reverse split to make future capital increases possible again. Where should you get in now?Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 1st, 2023 | 13:55 CET
Nel ASA, TUI and Alpina Holdings: Shares with up to 100% price potential?
The reporting season is in full swing. The 2022 figures are an opportunity for investors to review their investment decisions and, if necessary, reposition themselves for 2023. For one of our three companies, analysts see up to 100% upside potential but also a "sell". The figures from Nel ASA were awaited with great excitement. Since last year, hydrogen companies have been good for a surprise every time they open their books - unfortunately, more of a negative one lately. Nel has also seen its fair share of good and bad news, and the first analysts have spoken out. At TUI, analyst comments are rather negative. Analyst opinion: Better than feared, but not good enough. In contrast, Alpina Holdings offers a favorable valuation and a dividend yield of 3%. Yet 2022 was relatively quiet for the real estate company from Singapore. In the future, margins and earnings should rise again.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 16th, 2023 | 21:58 CET
Attention. Climate and Tech Rally 3.0 continues - Are Alibaba, PayPal, Alpina Holdings and TUI in the Champions League?
The year is only just six weeks old, and already big winners can be spotted on the stock market. The correction of tech stocks in 2022 prompted many investors to open a new bet in 2023, and they were broadly right. Tesla is up 100%, Alibaba is up 80%, and Infineon is at least 50% higher. The IPO of Ionos has not been convincing so far, and as is well known, what is not can still be because the share is not expensive. We go in search of the next climbers.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on February 6th, 2023 | 07:46 CET
Nel ASA, Manuka Resources, TUI - Which stocks will take off in 2023?
Shares are a popular form of investment that can hold a lot of potential. Particularly interesting are stocks that are positioned before a turnaround. This means that the Company has had difficulties in the past but is now expected to see positive changes in its business potential. These stocks can bring large profits if successful, as they often trade at lower prices and have great upside potential. However, it is important to thoroughly analyze the Company's financials and business model before investing in such stocks. We take a look at three promising titles.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 25th, 2023 | 14:07 CET
Last generation upswing 2023? TUI, Lufthansa, Alerio Gold, Aurelius - opportunities upon opportunities!
The year 2023 has shown its friendly side in the first weeks. Despite highs in the indices, however, there is light and shade. For example, the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) recently found in a survey that consumers in Germany are entering the new year with significantly more confidence in economic development. This means that the ACR consumer climate index has risen for the fourth time in succession. The propensity to buy things nevertheless remains at a very low level. The new purchases indicator thus fell by 2.4 points to minus 18.7 points. Uncertainty in the face of crises and inflation remains very pronounced, with many households expecting significantly higher heating bills in the coming months. Many are putting money aside for this, which is now not being used for other expenses. However, shares are being bought, and we give a few examples.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 21st, 2022 | 08:46 CET
The best cards for 2023: Amazon, Aspermont, flatexDEGIRO, TUI - Which stock will take off?
Crisis, crisis, crisis - we do not want to hear any more about it at Christmas time. After the relief rally, the stock markets have gone back to sleep. It was turbulent until September, and then the correction was over for the time being. But how much "good" is already priced in for next year? Will there be a quick end to the war, can the inflation rate also fall, and what will interest rates do in 2023? Many unanswered questions that will likely only be answered gradually. The shares have to achieve a fair valuation from this mixed situation - perhaps that is why the correction is not quite over yet. Where are the best opportunities for investors?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 15th, 2022 | 12:09 CET
100% turnaround opportunities for 2023: TUI, Uniper, Desert Gold, FlatexDEGIRO - The New Year's Eve bangers!
Despite all the gloom, the capital market offers plenty of new opportunities every day. Although the DAX is holding up well at the end of the year, many shares have crashed and remain at the bottom of the charts for the time being. But there are some glimmers of hope. Many investors sell poorly performing shares at the end of the year in order to benefit from the tax write-off of losses. The lucky investors even have a few profits to offset and like to smooth out the underperformers at year-end. Shares in Uniper, TUI and FlatexDEGIRO have slumped between 40% and 90% this year, but there are bright spots for 2023.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 9th, 2022 | 11:26 CET
Pathfinder Ventures, TUI, PayPal - The travel industry is booming, and crypto is following suit
After two years off, the wait is over! The travel industry is booming, and so are the companies in this segment. Leading the way is Pathfinder Ventures, a Canadian company in the expandable niche of modern nature-recreation resorts for RV lovers and campers. Sales increased by a whopping 19% in Q3 2022 compared to the previous year. Hanover-based TUI AG is also testing other niches. The Company is known for luxury travel and cruises and is striving for new target groups in the low-budget segment. Together with easyJet Holidays, they are rolling out a digital experience platform for experiences at vacation destinations. To be fluid wherever they go, many use the PayPal payment service. The US company is now rolling out cryptocurrencies in Luxembourg. Read what exactly this means for investors here.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 17th, 2022 | 11:20 CET
The big catch-up - China Big Tech: Alibaba, Deutsche Bank, TUI and Desert Gold turn up the heat!
Investors increasingly look at the big losers in heavily sold markets because the size of the markdowns identifies potential for the future. Often shares fall because of the general market weakness, but sometimes the operating business also weighs heavy. At the end of the year, there is also "tax-loss selling", especially in North America. We look at some stocks that have suffered significant losses but could now take off again.Read